Here’s the link to the whole interview.  Below are the questions he was asked, if you want the answers you’ll have to go over there and check it out.

Are the doubts that believers face the same as the doubts that unbelievers face?

You reject marketing apologetics like, “Christianity is better than the alternatives, so choose Christianity.” Why?

Why have you avoided using arguments from intelligent design in your apologetics?

Do you hear a lot of “I can’t believe in Christianity because I believe in science”?

The recent Pew study talked about changing patterns of belief in America. Has that affected your apologetics ministry?

Many Christians say that the rationality of Christians’ faith is not the obstacle for unbelievers; they reject Christianity because of what they see as bad behavior and toxic attitudes.

 What are the changes that you see for your ministry?